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Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Volume VII, 1941-1945

DIFP VII commences with neutrality firmly established as the central tenet of Irish foreign policy during the Second World War.

Michael Rynne, Legal Adviser at External Affairs wrote in 1942 that ''Ireland does not base her neutrality on any particular Read more...

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Doc No. 305 29 July 1943 - From Thomas J. Kiernan To Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing of Rome
Doc No. 306 29 July 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Downfall of Mussolini/de Valera’s appeal for the safety of Rome
Doc No. 307 03 August 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Air raids on Berlin and Hamburg/fall of Mussolini
Doc No. 308 12 August 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Isolation of Irish legation in Berlin
Doc No. 309 14 August 1943 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Italian domestic affairs
Doc No. 310 14 August 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
British bombing of German cities
Doc No. 311 16 August 1943 - From Frederick H. Boland To William Warnock
Sinking of the Irish Oak
Doc No. 312 20 August 1943 - From Seán Nunan To Robert Brennan
Dinner with David Gray/Gray’s views on Irish neutrality
Doc No. 313 23 August 1943 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
French domestic resistance to Germany and desire for liberation
Doc No. 314 25 August 1943 - From Frederick H. Boland To William Warnock and Seán Murphy
Granting of temporary travel visas to German Jews to leave Germany
Doc No. 315 27 August 1943 - From Seán Murphy To Frederick H. Boland
Granting of temporary travel visas to German Jews to leave Germany
Doc No. 316 03 September 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Granting of temporary travel visas to German Jews to leave Germany
Doc No. 317 08 September 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Impact of air raids on German morale
Doc No. 318 12 September 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Maffey’s views on ‘benevolent neutrality’
Doc No. 319 13 September 1943 To Seán Murphy
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 320 15 September 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Hempel’s views on the position of Germany
Doc No. 321 15 September 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Hempel’s views on the position of the French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 322 18 September 1943 To Seán Murphy
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 323 20 September 1943 - From Seán Murphy
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 324 23 September 1943 To Seán Murphy
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 325 28 September 1943 - From Seán Murphy
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 326 01 October 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Duration of war – opinion in Germany
Doc No. 327 04 October 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Internment and release of belligerent aircrews by Ireland
Doc No. 328 05 October 1943 - From Seán Murphy
Internal situation in France
Doc No. 329 05 October 1943 To Seán Murphy
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 330 08 October 1943 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 331 08 October 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Conditions and opinions in Germany on the duration and outcome of the war
Doc No. 332 14 October 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Position of French Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 333 14 October 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Release of interned British airmen
Doc No. 334 14 October 1943 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
The domestic and war situation in Italy
Doc No. 335 15 October 1943 - From Michael Rynne To Joseph P. Walshe
Position of the Italian Minister in Dublin
Doc No. 336 01 November 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Provision of visas for Jews in Holland and Belgium
Doc No. 337 05 November 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe
'Termination of M. de Laforcade's Tenure of Office'
Doc No. 338 05 November 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Frank Ryan
Doc No. 339 08 November 1943 - From Éamon de Valera To Cardinal Maglione
Bombing of the Vatican City
Doc No. 340 09 November 1943 - From Michael Rynne
Post-war relief plans
Doc No. 341 09 November 1943 - From Thomas J. Kiernan To Joseph P. Walshe
Safety of Rome
Doc No. 342 10 November 1943 - From Michael Rynne
Post-war relief to Europe
Doc No. 343 11 November 1943 - From Éamon de Valera To Syed Badrudduja
Bengal Famine
Doc No. 344 12 November 1943 - From John Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Deputy Dillon’s speech during the External Affairs estimates debate
Doc No. 345 18 November 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Support for Hitler and German Press opinion on Ireland
Doc No. 346 18 November 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Provision of visas for Jews in Holland and Belgium
Doc No. 347 25 November 1943 - From Frederick H. Boland To James J. McElligott
The current and postwar role of the League of Nations
Doc No. 348 27 November 1943 - From Francis T. Cremins To Joseph P. Walshe
Destruction of Irish Legation in Berlin in air raid
Doc No. 349 29 November 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Internment of belligerent aircraft and airmen
Doc No. 350 30 November 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Destruction of Irish Legation in Berlin
Doc No. 351 01 December 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Destruction of Irish Legation in Berlin
Doc No. 352 01 December 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Seán Murphy
Neutral visas for Jews in occupied France
Doc No. 353 03 December 1943 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Neutral visas for Jews in occupied France
Doc No. 354 14 December 1943 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Neutral visas for Jews in occupied France
Doc No. 355 15 December 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
The German Legation’s Wireless Transmitter
Doc No. 356 15 December 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
‘Release of German Planes’
Doc No. 357 16 December 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Destruction of Irish Legation in Berlin
Doc No. 358 18 December 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Seán Murphy
Polish Jewish families at Vittel
Doc No. 359 20 December 1943 - From Joseph P. Walshe
The German Legation’s Wireless Transmitter
Doc No. 360 23 December 1943 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Impact of air raids on Berlin
Doc No. 361 28 December 1943 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Polish Jewish families at Vittel
Doc No. 362 Undated - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
'Co-operation with the British Government'
Doc No. 363 03 January 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Polish Jewish families at Vittel
Doc No. 364 07 January 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe
'Rescue of German sailors'
Doc No. 365 10 January 1944 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Visas for Jewish families
Doc No. 366 26 January 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
'The Russo-Polish Situation'
Doc No. 367 26 January 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Visas for Jewish families held at Vittel
Doc No. 368 27 January 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
German attempts at espionage in Ireland: agents O’Reilly and Kenny
Doc No. 369 21 February 1944 - From David Grey To Éamon de Valera
‘The American Note’
Doc No. 370 22 February 1944 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Have obtained copy of the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 371 23 February 1944 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Possible impact of Ireland’s response to the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 372 24 February 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
No basis to allegations in ‘American Note’; Ireland will not yield to demands
Doc No. 373 25 February 1944 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
De Valera’s response to Gray concerning the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 374 26 February 1944 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Conversation with State Department officials concerning the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 375 26 February 1944 - From William Warnock
Views on Ireland and Irish neutrality
Doc No. 376 28 February 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe
German attempts at espionage in Ireland
Doc No. 377 28 February 1944 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
MacKenzie King’s view on the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 378 02 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Tightening security along the Irish border
Doc No. 379 04 March 1944 - From Con Cremin To Joseph P. Walshe
Unlikely that Irish visas will be granted to Jewish internees
Doc No. 380 06 March 1944 - From Meeting of Cabinet
Response to the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 381 06 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Response to the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 382 08 March 1944 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Response to the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 383 10 March 1944 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Press leak concerning ‘American Note’
Doc No. 384 10 March 1944 - From Frederick H. Boland To Robert Brennan
United States proposal to publish text of the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 385 11 March 1944 To Con Cremin
German attempts at espionage in Ireland/’American Note’
Doc No. 386 12 March 1944 - From Frederick H. Boland To Robert Brennan
Instructions concerning statements on British attitude towards Irish neutrality
Doc No. 387 13 March 1944 To Robert Brennan
Instructions to attempt to wind-down controversy over ‘American Note’
Doc No. 388 14 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Conversation with Maffey over the ‘American Note’ and subsequent events
Doc No. 389 14 March 1944 - From Éamon de Valera To Winston Churchill
Appeal for the safety of Rome
Doc No. 390 14 March 1944 To Robert Brennan
British ban on travel to and from Ireland
Doc No. 391 15 March 1944 To Robert Brennan
Press leak concerning ‘American Note’
Doc No. 392 16 March 1944 To Robert Brennan
Churchill’s statement on isolating Ireland
Doc No. 393 16 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Conversation with Gray over the ‘American Note’ and subsequent events
Doc No. 394 16 March 1944 - From Con Cremin To Joseph P. Walshe
Ireland attributes ‘American Note’ to German attempts at espionage in Ireland
Doc No. 395 18 March 1944 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
Private and public attitudes in Canada over the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 396 18 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Conversation with Marlin concerning Irish-American security relations and the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 397 18 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Éamon de Valera
Conversation with Maffey over possible British sanctions against Ireland
Doc No. 398 19 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Marlin’s views on David Gray and his role in the sending of the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 399 20 March 1944 - From Thomas J. Kiernan To Joseph P. Walshe
Appeal for the safety of Rome
Doc No. 400 20 March 1944 - From Con Cremin To Joseph P. Walshe
German attempts at espionage in Ireland: agents O’Reilly and Kenny
Doc No. 401 22 March 1944 - From Con Cremin To Joseph P. Walshe
Appeal for the safety of Rome: German response
Doc No. 402 22 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
David Gray and his role in the sending of the ‘American Note’
Doc No. 403 24 March 1944 - From Con Cremin To Joseph P. Walshe
Granting of Irish visas to interned Jewish families
Doc No. 404 27 March 1944 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Irish-American security co-operation

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